Besides focusing on students’ intellectual development, JKPS Kunjwani instills moral values in children: Kalhan

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JAMMU: Kalhan Kampasi, an alumnus of JK Public School (JKPS) Kunjwani and currently employed as Manufacturing Engineer at Insulet Corporation (Massachusetts, USA), shared his experience as a student in the school.
“I still believe JKPS was the most beautiful phase in my life having spend about 10 years there. The thing that I most liked about the school was that they not only focused on student’s intellectual development but were also always keen on instilling good moral values in children that are paramount to becoming a good citizen,” Kalhan Kampasi said and added, “After completing my schooling at JKPS in 2011, I went to study engineering to explore my passion for electronics and instrumentation and its application in medical industry. I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Instrumentation Engineering from the University of Mumbai (2015) and a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, USA (2018).”
“I currently work as a Manufacturing Engineer at Insulet Corporation (Massachusetts, USA), a medical device company that makes drug delivery devices for diabetic and post-chemotherapy patients,” he said adding that the goal of our work is to make high-quality medical devices for patients, improve daily production quantities, and achieve all of that at lowest possible cost.
“The last 10 years of my career have put me in different situations and have made me interact with people from different cities, countries and cultures. I currently live in Cambridge, Massachusetts which has a wealth of activities to do, especially if you are interested in winter sports like skiing or snowboarding. I personally enjoy hiking, soccer, boating, star gazing and traveling,” he said.
“Before I end this note, I would like to thank all my teachers and staff of JKPS that played a vital role in my development at an early age and encouraged me to follow my dreams. Their teachings have stuck with me over the years and will continue to do so in my journey ahead,” he said.